Banner School of Etiquette
Visit the website for details on classes for 6th - 9th grade girls and boys and for 10th -12th grade students.
For more information, contact Layne Sasser (352) 339-4941or send an email to email@example.com
Florida Academy of Etiquette and Protocol
Post Office Box 1750, Alachua, FL 32616 / (352) 225-1069
Haile Plantation Golf and Country Club Youth Programs
The cotillion programs are designed to heighten your child?s knowledge of what the south is known for; manners, gentlemanliness, and graciousness. Learning what to do and when helps to build confidence and self-esteem at every age level. Learning important communication and social skills will be the keys to future successes for your children in all their endeavors!
BCodes of Civility - Young Gentlemen
Manners in a gentleman are very important especially when he is attending a team banquet, a school dance, running for office, accepting an award, or is in any situation where he would like to feel comfortable and make those around him feel the same way. It is just a matter of knowing the Codes of Civility.
The Short Game Camp
The Short Game is for boys and girls of all ages and all proficiency levels! Soft skills are presented through age appropriate games played outside and focusing on leadership, team building, working well with others, communicating with and listening to others, and most of all, fun! The competency goal is to build individual confidence and self-esteem and to polish social skills in a fun and friendly environment! This is a time for fun and games!
2550 SW 91st St, Gainesville, FL 32608 / (352) 331-5708
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Pink Wish Foundation
Empowering Girls and Young Women: The Pink Wish Foundation offers a variety of programs that seek to enrich the lives of young women and girls by exposing them to a variety of techniques to effectively communicate and interact in all professional and social settings. Pink Wish programs have been designed to meet the needs of young women and girls who face life's challenges especially in the absence of their fathers. We will make a long-term investment to ensure that each life is provided with vital resources and support to be successful leaders of their households and communities.
Empowering Boys and Young Men: The success of the pink wish programs for girls has since encouraged the launch of programs for the empowerment of young boys and men. Our efforts and capacity continue to grow that we might empower children throughout the United States as well as beyond our borders.